Author: Maddy Lauria

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After years of legal battles as one of the state's worst pollution stories, a former oil recycling facility near Wilmington's Riverfront will be closed and... [Read More]
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Southern Delaware's advocate for the homeless and those struggling with addiction has a new proposal for affordable housing: a small community of micro homes.      ... [Read More]
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For 75 years, a piece of American World War II history has been lost, resting at the bottom of the Bering Sea.        ... [Read More]
Water lovers in Bethany Beach have been treated to a rare sight of humpback whales on the horizon. But they are not the only large... [Read More]
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Mountaire Farms has been running newspaper and radio advertisements to defend its honor in light of a lengthy notice of violations, consent order and multiple... [Read More]
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An anonymous letter has one political hopeful in Rehoboth Beach questioning the strength of Delaware's election laws.        ... [Read More]
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A pedestrian was reportedly hit by a train in Newark on Saturday. Limited information is available at this time.        ... [Read More]
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Cardboard boats fill the Nanticoke River for the fifth annual Recycled Cardboard Boat Regatta.        ... [Read More]
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A team of 20 Delawareans are answering the call to help battle wildfires breaking out in the West.        ... [Read More]
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A New York man is facing assault charges after police said he used a box cutter against an 80-year-old during an attempted carjacking on Friday.... [Read More]
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A team of 20 Delawareans are answering the call to help battle wildfires breaking out in the West. [Read More]
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The City of Lewes provides bathrooms at its public beaches, but in between, some visitors are turning to the dunes to relieve themselves.       ... [Read More]
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Known as flesh-eating bacteria, Vibrio vulnificus makes headlines with each life or limb claimed. Scientists say it may get worse with climate change.       ... [Read More]
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Those who find themselves cooling down and kicking back this summer with a can of National Bohemian also have a chance to help one of... [Read More]
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We heard how fair and state officials feel about Confederate memorabilia at the Delaware State Fair, but are fairgoers supportive of a ban on those... [Read More]
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It has been like feast or famine for summer showers in Delaware this year. Now it looks like it might be time to unpack the... [Read More]
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Inspectors with the state Division of Public Health spent the days leading up to the state fair visiting as many of the 88 food vendors... [Read More]
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Sussex County residents who get their water from Broadkiln Beach and PrimeHook water companies need to boil their water first - or switch to bottled... [Read More]
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With thousands of people lining up for carnival rides and foods at the Delaware State Fair this month, how is it possible to make sure... [Read More]
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A fading post-tropical storm system, combined with a new moon and normal ocean processes, will present a moderate risk of rip currents along the Delaware... [Read More]
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